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Get 50% off a Media Training Course with Galzac’s Guide

November 3, 2015 Posted in : Business, Communications, Galzacs, Galzacs Guide, Media, Media Training

It might be a bit early to mention the ‘C’ word so soon after Halloween but that won’t stop us from being jolly and generous!

Galzac’s Guide to Expert Sources, is the essential resource for Irish journalists looking for intelligent comment on the breaking stories of the day.

A listing on Galzac’s Guide is the number one way for experts to boost their profile in the media.

And guess what, we have a special offer for the month of November with 50% off our next media training course for everyone who purchases a profile during the month.

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Story ideas for Monday 2nd November 2015

November 2, 2015 Posted in : Communications, Ireland, Tourism, Tourism Ireland, Travel

Story Idea: Ireland’s tourism drive for 2016 kicks off at world’s largest travel fair
Expert: Sinead Grace 
(Tourism & Communications) Media & Public Relations Manager, Tourism Ireland.                        
The Hook: 
Ireland’s tourism drive for 2016 kicks off today (Monday, 2 November) at the world’s largest travel fair – World Travel Market in London.

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Story Ideas for Thursday 15th October 2015

October 12, 2015 Posted in : Communications, Education, Women's Equality, Workforce

Thursday 15th October 2015

Story Idea: The need to hold on to women in the workforce is being understood now at the very top, probably for the first time in our history.
Expert: Orlaith Carmody (Expert in Communications) Managing Director, Mediatraining.ie.
The Hook: The Women’s Forum Global meeting is being held in Deauville, France from 14 -16 October, to discuss gender equality. For many Irish women, the opportunity now is that retention of the female workforce is becoming a priority for the first time ever. Big corporations and financial institutions are waking up to the reality that a gender diverse workforce is more productive, which effects the bottom line. And they are concerned that the numbers at senior management and board level will increasingly have to reflect a strong gender diverse policy. They are putting resources around women at middle levels to hold on to them, and to stop them ‘off-ramping’ before they reach the upper levels. (more…)

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